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Nneka Ogwumike and Layshia Clarendon have both been re-elected as the WNBA players union's president and first vice president, respectively.
Sue Bird, Diana Taurasi and the U.S. women face four top college teams this month as part of a tour to help prepare for the Tokyo Games.
In an interview with ESPN at the espnW Women + Sports Summit, Ogwumike discusses CBA negotiations, setting examples for other women's sports leagues and leveling the playing field.
LaChina, Devereaux and Terrika weigh in on Game 3 and Game 4 of the WNBA Finals and share their keys for each team in Game 5. Plus, they discuss the discord with the Sparks', the new role for HOFer Teresa Weatherspoon and the recent comments of NBAPA Executive Director Michele Roberts. Also, Dev is the big 3-0!
The Mystics-Sun series has been entertaining and competitive. As the Finals go to Game 5 for the seventh time, we rank the ones we've seen so far.
The Sparks have parted ways with general manager Penny Toler. The decision comes after Toler is said to have given a fiery speech to the team, in which she used harsh language and racial epithets.
L.A. was hitting its stride but then got swept. Did an obscenity-laced speech by Penny Toler impact Derek Fisher's decision to sit Candace Parker?
Connecticut Sun coach Curt Miller knew 2019 could be special. Four years in the making, his vision came to life Sunday as his team booked its first Finals in 14 years.
Jasmine Thomas had 29 points and Courtney Williams added 17 points and 13 rebounds to lead Connecticut to a 78-56 win in Game 3 of the WNBA semifinals and give the Sun a sweep of the series Sunday.
With a torn labrum in each shoulder, Alyssa Thomas has modified her shot and played through the pain. Now the Sun are a win shy of the WNBA Finals.
Jonquel Jones scored 27 points and Courtney Williams added 25 to help the Connecticut Sun rout the Los Angeles Sparks 94-68 on Thursday night and take a 2-0 lead in the WNBA semifinals.
Guard Courtney Williams was a bundle of energy when Connecticut needed it most against Los Angeles in the WNBA semifinal opener.
Alyssa Thomas had 22 points and grabbed 10 rebounds to lead a balanced Connecticut offense and the Sun opened the WNBA semifinals with an 84-75 win over the Los Angeles Sparks on Tuesday night.
Speaking before the Sparks' semifinal game at Connecticut on Tuesday, Chiney Ogwumike praised arena security after she and her sister were rushed by a fan following Los Angeles' playoff win at Staples Center on Sunday.
From the moment he first met with the Sparks, coach Derek Fisher was open with them about being fired by the Knicks -- and coming back from failure.
Can Las Vegas stop Elena Delle Donne? Can L.A. steal a road game from Connecticut? Our roundtable breaks down the X factors in the WNBA semifinals.
Points Per Game
Assists Per Game
Field Goal Percentage
Rebounds Per Game
Steals Per Game
Blocks Per Game
Points Per Game80.1
Rebounds Per Game34.2
Assists Per Game18.6